Dr. Wael Al-Husami serves as medical director of international health and a senior member of the executive health team at Lahey Hospital and Medical Center, a nonprofit, physician-led academic medical center in Burlington, Mass.
The challenges of 2020 have highlighted both the best and worst of our country. While health care heroes like Regis College’s own continue to battle on the pandemic’s frontlines, divisiveness and anger continue to plague society.
Regis College students and university leadership took part in a robust discussion Tuesday night during WBZ NewsRadio’s "Talk the Vote" special about the upcoming election and the state of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Regis College Dean of Athletics Pam Roecker announced this week that out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of students-athletes, coaches, and staff, the university will not participate in winter athletics competitions this season.
Regis College and Lawrence Public Schools (LPS) have launched a new partnership to provide LPS employees and Lawrence High School alumni with tuition discounts on graduate programs and bachelor’s completion programs at the university.
As one of Regis College’s first programs to re-open during the pandemic, the Dental Center has successfully continued its mission of dental hygiene education through affordable care services to the community.
The impacts of ageism are felt far beyond the elderly, and it will take a community effort to close the generational gap. That was the theme explored at the first Regis College President’s Lecture Series on Health of the academic year.
Brian Plouffe, an assistant professor in the biomedical engineering program, spent part of his summer 3-D printing face shields for health sciences students to use during their in-person learning experiences this semester.